Tag Archives: book review

Is God On America’s Side?

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A Review of Lutzer’s Answers to a Tough Question A particular pet peeve of mine is triggered when I hear Christians make the assertion that God’s blessing is reserved for America. While the average Christian today could not give a … Continue reading

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Replenished From Conventional Wisdom

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A Review of Lance Witt’s Encouragement to Pastors There is a unique epidemic in churches today and I’m starting to realize this more and more as I work with pastors from many different churches. We like to examine statistics that position the … Continue reading

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Politics According to the Default Evangelical Position

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A Review of Wayne Grudem’s Attempts to be Comprehensive  Politics is a very broad subject which allows for a great deal of disagreement. Likewise, the Christian faith has many values that are unique to individuals and groups. Combining the two … Continue reading

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4 Mini Book Reviews

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One of the privileges, and sometimes curse, that I have as a manager for a ministry is to receive a great deal of books from authors and publishers looking for my review, recommendation, and potential interview. The problem with all of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dug Down Deep by Joshua Harris

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Since watching the book trailer a few years ago (a relatively new phenomenon within the publishing community), “Dug Down Deep” has been in the top ten ‘books I want to read’ list, but I hadn’t gotten around to it until recently. The … Continue reading

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